This active glacier-covered stratovolcano offers many routes and is one of the most iconic mountains for skiing in the lower 48. The Squak Glacier set on the south face of Baker is well-situated for some of the best corn skiing in Washington! While the route involves predominantly moderate skiing, the summit is gained via the Roman Wall, a steep and exposed 1,000-foot final push before you reach the summit, and the exit from the Squak can involve some brushy skiing. The Coleman-Deming route combines a beautiful summit climb with a spectacular ski descent of moderate difficulty. Offering the unique opportunity to climb on two aspects of the mountain, the route begins on the north facing slopes of the Coleman Glacier, before wrapping onto the west-facing aspect of the Deming Glacier and a view of the opposite side of the mountain.